Ames Daily Tribune from Ames, Iowa on September 9, 1959 · Page 7
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Veenker, Ex - Cyclone Football Coach, Died Who Said That It Couldn't Be Done George Veenker, the former Iowa State coach who stunned j Iowa with a football upset back In the 1930's died Tuesday m Malta UK, of cancer. Coming to Iowa State as head football coach in 1931, Veenker took over with Lhe Staters in a game losing streak. However, in GEORGE VEENKER his first year he brought them1 home second in the then Big Six Conference. The highlight of his career, from the standpoint of some fans, was the 31 - 6 trouncing his Cyclones handed Iowa's Hawkeyes In 1934. It was the last meeting between the two elubs. He became athletic director in! 1936 with a record of 21 victories, 22 defeats and seven ties. While athletic director, Veenker was instrumental in the purchase and construction of the 18 - hole Iowa State University golf course. A movement was underway prior to his death to have the college golf course named in his honor. 1945 saw Veenker retired to a small acreage near Ames and later he moved to Arkansas. In recent years, he resided in Malta, 1., the hometown of his wife. At the time - of Veenker's retire ment, he was the National Collegiate Athletic Association fifth district representative on the national football rules committee. Before coming to Iowa State !n 1931, Veenker spent five years as end coach on the football staff of Fielding Yost at Michigan. One of his pupils, ennie Oester - baan, was an all - American end and later became the Wolverine's head basketball and football coach. Veenker also coached Michigan basketball in 1929 and 1930, and had teams that finished first and third in those years in Big Ten competition. He was graduated from Hodo Louege, Holland, Mich. coached in Batavia and Grand Prairie, ill., and Gary and Hammond, Ind., before joining Michi gan s stall in 1926. Veenker is survived by his Funeral services will be held Thursday. 2 p.m. at the Wirtz Fu neral Home in DeKalb, III, Deitzel Answers Play Football Query Why By OSCAR FRALEY NEW YORK (UPI) - Requiem for a "runaway": ST. PETERSBURG. Fla. March 20 Manager Casey Stengel of the world champion New York Yan kees said today he had so many! fine young players that some be - ng returned to the minors could play for "any other major league team." BALTIMORE. April 15 - The world champion Yankees won their third straight game of the young season and the fans were ho - humming that the American League race was about over. NEW YORK, April 26 - The Baltimore Orioles swept a double - header from the Yankees, drop ping them into the second division mere 34 games off the league lead. NEW YORK, May 20 - Detroit beat the Yankees, 13 to 6, to drop the world champions into the cellar for the first time in 19 years, Casey Stengel, on that day of May in 1940, was manager of the sev enth place Boston Bees in thi National League. He was just as rene today as then. NEW YORK, May 31 The Yankees bounced out of the cellar with a 3 to 0 win over the Wash ington Senators and the rest of the league warned "here they September 9, 1959 fage Seven Ames Daily Tribune SPORTS kees 12 games back of the lead. NEW YORK, Aug. 11 The Yankees won their sixth in a by beating Boston, 8 to 5, and athough the 10 - game deficit was quite a distance the leaders were "looking anxiously back over their shoulders.". NEW YORK, Aug 16 The Yankees lost their fifth in a row to Boston and, even after they took the nightcap, nobody was looking anxiously back over their shoulders1' anymore with New York 12s games back. CLEVELAND, Aug. 2S - Yanks lost their fourth in a Cleveland winning 5 to 4, i Yankee 'starter failed to go the route for the 100th time in 127 games. NEW YORK, Sept. 4 - Baltimore beat the Yankees, 3 to 0, and only two Yankees got as far as second base as the club fell 1614 games back. THREE TOMS - When Clay Staplcton, low State football coach, yells Tom, he will hav three players that will answer. Tom Grahuiv left, Tom Wntkins and Tom Fcrrebco, right, compare weights nt the official wclghlng - ln period after practice Tuesday. (Tribune Vhoto) Baseball Standings United Press International National League W. L. Pet. GB 77 m 5fi2 ... 74 B3 .540 3 74 B3 .540 3 San Francisco Milwaukee Los Angeles Pittsburgh Cincinnati Chicago St. Louis Philadelphia 71 .511 7 Gfi 71 .4S2 11 65 70 .481 U M 75 .4G0 14 59 SO .424 10 By PAUL F. DEITZEL Head Football Coach, LSU Written for UPI BATON ROUGE, La. (UPI) - This series' of dispatches will be an entirely new venture for me. The idea of writing a newspaper series is something that had nev er occurred to me. However, if I am to discuss football then I think it only fitting and proper to explain the position coaches take on lhe subject of football. Why play football, anyway? Perhaps it is very strange for a coach to even mention the question, "why play football?" However, inasmuch as this hap pens to he a coach's means of making a living, I think that he should be ii a position and be prepared to answer this question Personally, it is very simple for me to answer this question. Foot ball is the reason, that I was able to secure a college education the first place. Football ; is the only reason that 1 ever dreamed of going to college and it is the one thing that has given me anything that T have achieved, however small or large it may be. A Two - Fisted Challenge During my career in the coaching ranks, I have had the oppor tunity to travel about the country to visit in homes of many prospective athletes. Through this par ticular media, many young men ave been afforded an opportunity .to secure an education. These same young men might never have had an opportunity to get an education were' it not for athletics. It is an old idea, of course, that excellence in any field should be rewarded, be it athletics, music, English, or physics. Perhaps I can best explain what I mean by attempting to elaborate on what I think are the most prominent reasons for big time college football in these United States. The mere fact that football is one of the few real two - fisted con tact sports that we still have left in this country is, of course, a very good reason for continuing the game. Personal Merit Counts discussing intercollegiate football, an army general, made famous in Korea, reiterated these same words. He stated that his only problem with former athletes was to "hold them back bv the shirt tail." Many of the young men who had been brilliant students but nothing else were more interested in looking up the "correct procedures" when details for the day called for leadership by But even a bigger reason for our concern is that we prlvide an emotional outlet by enabling a boy to partake in athletics rather than the hot rod, tavern type life. Mv own thinking has perhaps been colored by the fact that I have always personally felt that it was a challenge for a boy to deter mine whether he had enough courage to be an athlete. On an athletic field each per son is judged on personal merit rattier tnan on whether the pocket - book or social prestige of his family places him at some particular niche. On the football field, everyone is broke. It is perhaps one of trie best tests of personal ability that we have. WARRIORS SIGN TWO PHILADELPHIA (UPI) Ernie Beck, a veteran of five National Basketball Assn. campaigns, and rookie Tommy Sellari of Lenoir - Rhyne College, have signed 1959 - 60 contracts with the Philadelphi; Warriors. RIDERS SIGN LINEMAN OTTAWA (UPI) The Ottawa Rough Riders of the Big Four Canadian Football Union have signed Dick Emerich, a lineman from' West Chester (Pa.) Teach - NEW YORK, June 9 - The Yan - kees beat their Kansas City "cou sins" by a score of 9 to 8 to regain the first division, only 2Y2 games off the lead and once again they were saying "the race is over." NEW YORK. June 20 The New York Yankees were only iy2 games out of first place. BOSTON, July 13 - Boston c pleted a five:game sweep of the Yankees for the first time n years to drop the world champions 7'i games back of the American League lead. NEW YORK, Aug. 5 Detroit's 4 to 0 victory dropped the Yan - Gilbert Downs Zearing, 70 - 0 Gilbert, in their first fall base ball game in North Story Conference of the season, handily de - 'eated Zearing High by a score; of 10 - 0. Under the two hit pitching of Gary Brown, Zearing was unable iqueeze any scores across, A heavy slugging Gilbert club, clouted the Zearing pitcher for 11 hits to runs across the plate i all but two innings of the :ven inning tilt. Gilbert's Roger Temple bad ihree hits for four times at bat, hile teamates Larry Haday and! yob Bell had two for four. Haday blasted home run and Bell, a 'riple, R H E Gilbert 103 119 4 10 11 1 Zearing 000 000 0 ( Iowa Women Advance In Trans - Miss i HOT SPRINGS, Ark. (UPI) - Two lowans made it Ic today's round in the Trans - Mis - sissippi Women's Amateur golf tournament but former Iowa women's champ Andy Cohn, Wat - prloo, didn't. Mrs. Ann Casey Johnstone, iason City, and Judy Kimball, Sioux City, who have both won lhe Iowa women's title, advanced with first round victories Tues day. Mrs. Johnstone will face Barbara Williams, Richmond, Calil., today fallowing her 5 and 4 victory over Frances Rich, Bain - bridge, Ga Tuesday. Miss Kimball advanced with a - ! and 3 win over Karen Schuii. Kansas City, and will play Lois Drafke. La Grange, 111. Miss Cohn lost a tough duel to Mrs. Maurice Ghck, Balti more, a veteran. The margin was a thin 1 up. Tuesday's Results (No games scheduled.) Thursday's Games St. Louis at Milwaukee Cincinnati at Chicago Phila. at Los Angeles (night) Pittsburgh at San Francisco American Leagut' W. L. Pet Chicago Cleveland Detroit New York Baltimore Boston Kansas City Washington SKINS ACQUIRE STITS SAN FRANCISCO (UPI) The San Francisco Forty - Niners have traded halfback Bill Stits to the Washington Redskins for an disclosed draft choice. Stits, for mer UCLA star, played with the Detroit Lions belore coming to San Francisco. ORIOLES RECALL PLAYER BALTIMORE, Md. (UPI) - The Baltimore Orioles have recalled shortstop Bob Saverine from Blue - field in the Class - D Appalachian Little Cyclone Opener Friday, Sept. 11, 7:30 P.M. Lincoln Way Athletic Field East Sioux City vs. Ames GOOD SEASON TICKETS ' Available at Principal 'a Office Single Admission at Gate $1.25 GB fill 52 .623 80 56 .588 5 Cffl .500 17 fi A 1712 fi t9 .m Wj P4 74 .404 22 59 77 .43 - 1 2G 5fi 82 .406 30 Tuesday Night's Result Chicago 3 Kan. City 2 (10 inn.) (Only game scheduled.) Thursday's Games Chicago at Washington (night) Cleveland at Baltimore (night) tvansas uty at New York Detroit, at Boston League. Saverine, a 19 - year - old player irom Da rum, Conn. Bluefield with a .362 average and hit 11 home runs. - Casey Roots For Sox In World Series NEW YORK (UPI) Casey Stengel, who can't win it himself lis year, said today he'll be 'rooting for one of my boys, Al Lope7." to cop the World Scries ami keep the championship In the American League. As graceful in defeat as he has been in victory in nine of the last 10 years, Stengel predicted that the White Sox would succeed the Yankees as world champions "providing their pitching holds up." Stengel made the prediction upon learning that the White Sox' 3 - 2 victory over the Athletics Tuesday night had eliminated the Yankees from pennant contention. "I'm not surprised," he said, T been sorta expeclin' it for iome time," The G9 - year - olct Yankee man - iger recalled that Lopez.' Indians dropped Four slrajghl games to me uianis in ine iuo - 1 world ic ily scries in last dec ade in which the Yankees did not play and said he would be ng for Lopez and the American League" to take the 1359 series. The White Sox eliminated the Yankees but have yet to eliminate the Cleveland Indians. Even so, Stengel made it plain that he be lieved it only a matter of LEO N O T New Course Scene Of Equestrians' First Horse Show The Ames Equestrian Club has set Sunday, Sept. 20 as the date for their first annual horse show. The show, featuring both Western and English Classes, will bo held at the Equestrian Club's grounds - Sunset Knoll Varm. A quarter of a mile north of Drive - In Theatre on U.S. 3D west of Ames. The nil day event will start nt 9 n. The eleven classes which will! make up the show include Wes tern Horsemanship and Open Western Pleasure Beginners Western Stock Saddle Scat class for children 12 and under. An English Equitation class! for children 12 and under will also be a part of the show. Other classes will be Element ary Dressage and a Two Phase Intermediate Dressage, both Ele mentary Jupmlng (6 jumps up to (i) and Intermediate .lumping (8 jumps up to l'2) over the club's new jump course which includes an Irish Wall and water ditch as well as brush jumps, in and ouls and triple bars. Heinz Krnmp, club instructor, has announced that their will be a hinging class for less experienced riders and a two phase Western Obedience course for the seasoned Western Riders. The Ames Equestrian Club extends an invitation to anyone interested in participating in the show to contact Earl T. Ander - ORDINANCE NO. 945 AN ORDINANCE AMENDING SECTONS 12 - 3 (b) and 42 - 4 of ORDINANCE NO. 937 OF THE CITY OP AMES, JOWA, UY CHANGING CERTAIN "H - M" DISTIIICT (HOSPITAL - MEDICAL) A IE A TO "A" D1STRCT (RESIDENCE). It Ordained F!y The City Council of Tho City of Ames, wa, uh. follows: Section 1. That Section 43 - 3(b) ami 42 - 4 of Ordinance No. 937 of. the City o( Ames. towa, unfl the official zoniriK map therein referred to he and tho fiii mo arc hereby amended so as to change and rczono from an "H - M" District (Has. pltnl - Mnilnlan to "A" District tit os S donee) tho folio win b properly: Lots 10 and 11 ot Block K. Sunrlsn Addition to Ames. Sccl.lcin '1. Alt ordinances or ptiviH of nvdlnnneoH In conflict here witli nre liorehy repealed. Section 2. This ordinance shall ho in full forte and effect from niter ILn passage and publication Jia provided by law. Passed this 1st day of Septom - r. J 95 a. M. W. Jordan, City Clerk I'oiirlo P. Del art , Mayor Published in the Amen Dally ibiine, Soptoiuber 0, 1DHS1. before the Sox also knocked off! son, 2116 Frilcy Road phone: CE2 - Ube Indians. 4696. ' ALMOST EVERYONE NEEDS PROPERTY & HOME - OWNERSHIP INSURANCE Could You Afford to Replace Your Personal Property and Rebuild Your Home? Cloth in k ;md furniture ar nx nous! vii rin well as the cost ot rebuilding a homo that h,is l.o . ik'Kl royrjrl Iiy firo t, wind stunna, Coino In and sou u h about consolidating yen: - ii. mi ran co ncofls into ! home package plan. You wll savo up to ao In thre. years with our package plan. Knapp Insurance Agency 6th & Douglas NOTICE! Junior Bowlers Meeting Saturday, Sept. 12 - 9 A.M. Ladies Coffee League Meeting Wed nesday, Sept. 1 6 - - 9 A.M. Bantam League Meeting 4th, 5th and 6th Grades Thursday, Sept. 17 - 4:15 P.M. Men's Matinee League Meeting Wed nesday, Se pt. 1 6 - 1 : 1 5 P.M. 20th CENTURY BOWLING 517 South Duff IT'S COKE - LA HOM A THIS WEEK - END A SIX CARTON SIZE F OF KING COKE EE With the Purchase of Each Six Gallons of OKLAHOMA High - Q Gasoline, Fri., Sat. b Sun, September 11 , 12, 13. (A Small Deposit Will Be Charged on Bottles) This is our way of saying "Thank You" to all of our customers and inviting all the fine people in the Ames area to try OKLAHOMA Gasoline The finest in the U. S. A. The Oklahoma Oil Co. OKLAHOMA SERVICE "Your Happy Motoring Station" Bob Pietz, Lessee 311 Lincoln Way

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